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are pursuing leads and interviews. >> this isn't a deal that the cops came busting in. by the time they got there, no pot or guns. so somebody is out there with all that stuff. >> reporter: very well could be. and as you heard from the sheriff's department, this is an area where they have a lot of violent crime associated with marijuana. they don't think that the general public is in any danger. >> in sonoma county, ann notarangelo, thank you. san francisco police may be closer than ever to closing the kevin collins case. tonight they have named a person of interest in the decades old disappearance of the 10-year-old boy. kpix 5 reporter phil matier tells us investigators suspected him from the start. >> reporter: but he proved to be a very elusive character even though his history would have put him in the spotlight from the beginning. >> reporter: at the time he was known as wayne jackson but the man in the spotlight now for the abduction of kevin collins 30 years ago went by many names before dying of natural causes in the sunset in san francisco in 2008.
>> this case is a case that haunts the san rancisco police department and the city and has pretty much throughout the entire careers of everybody that's standing here. >> reporter: a fresh look at the crime by the cold case unit let to the searched of his old haight district home last week where jackson and his roommate lived just blocks away from where 10-year-old kevin collins disappeared on the way home from basketball practice in 1984. jackson was a suspect in part because three years earlier, he had spent six months in jail for lewd acts on a 7-year-old at fisherman's wharf. what's more -- >> he had a dog similar to the one suspect was seen to have. >> reporter: still at the time police came up short. >> he was detained, interviewed, he allowed a consent search of the same house we just did a search warrant on and a photo spread was shown to the two witnesses that described the suspect with a large black dog and they weren't able to pick him out of the photo spread.
>> reporter: what police didn't know is that jackson was also wanted in canada under another name. >> for a 1973 incident where he allegedly kidnapped and sexually assaulted two juveniles. he was released and fled canada. he was never apprehended in part because of the multiple identities he used. >> reporter: those names include raymond william stewart, kelly lee dawson, wayne jackson, kelly sean stewart and others. revelations about his past led to the digging up of the garage floor of his old home in the haight last week. there police found remains. but they turned out to be animal bones. >> the investigation continues. >> reporter: as part of the investigation, they are asking anybody who recognizes him or names that ring a bell, to get in touch with the homicide department here because they're not giving up on this case. by the way, they spoke with
kevin's mother yesterday and told her they were going to be releasing this information just to keep her abreast of the latest developments in the case that as the chief said has haunted both this department and the city for decades. >> phil, thank you. fairfield police also held a news conference this afternoon to talk about the investigation into a murdered teenager. the latest on that case a little later in this newscast. there's been a wave of drownings and rescues along the northern california coast in recent months. a lot of those involve dog owners trying to save their pets. kpix 5 reporter don ford shows us how state and federal officials are looking to prevent another drowning. >> reporter: instead of saving someone, this rescued jet ski is deliberately dropping a coast guard swimmer into the mavericks waves. this is a multi-agency drill and the trained swimmer will be picked up by this coast guard
helicopter. some serious surf training in serious conditions. petty officer pam bowman says beach accidents this year are alarming. >> we have had seven deaths and five of them have been related to people out on the beach with their dogs. >> reporter: folks diving into the surf trying to save their dogs washed into the water by so-called sneaker waves. women accident is especially tragic. >> a 16-year-old boy saw his dog go into the surf. he went into the water after the dog. his parents were concerned about his ability to get back out of the water and sadly, the only one of that who made it back out of the water was the dog. >> reporter: california state parks lifeguard jeff watkins says don't underestimate your dog. >> what people need to know about dogs is they are great swimmers and they are always going to make it back to shore. the most important thing you can do is keep your eye on your dog and cheer it on. don't go in after the animals. >> reporter: susan walks on the beach with the dogeveryone. >> think about it often.
you can turn your eye on the wave. >> reporter: would you go after your dog in the surf? >> no. >> reporter: dave heck man grew up near the beach and knows how to be safe. now he brings his two sons. >> it's kind of strange how that happens how these waves just come out of nowhere. >> reporter: bottom line, experts say in these cold pacific waters, unless you are already wearing a wet suit, your dog is a much better swimmer in the surf than you. in half moon bay, don ford, kpix 5. checking bay area headlines, no one was hurt when this three-story house in the berkeley hills went up in flames. the fire on keith avenue started around noon ungulfing the second and third floors. no word on how it started. it's unclear what sparked a deadly house fire in san leandro. firefighters pulled a man out of the burning home on in tune drive just before 5:00 this morning -- on neptune drive just before 5:00 this morning. he died at the scene. home depot is building its workforce. and looking for 80,000 seasonal workers to fill openings across
the country. kpix 5 consumerwatch reporter julie watts explains how bay area job hunters can cash in. reporter: from garden to paint to home improvement, home depot is hiring in a big way. the company announced it's increased its annual seasonal hiring by 14% to 80,000 employees nationwide. 1500 of them right here in the bay area. something home depot hiring manager jessica miller says is much-needed. >> people are starting to do more land escaping, starting to build more outside and around their house, so we definitely need more associated to accommodate the greater customer numbers. >> reporter: good for the economy and the job market. >> i would be surprised if they get the word out, they don't get five, ten applicants for each job. >> reporter: this labor expert says 1500 jobs from one employer is extremely rare. in home depot's case, it's due to the housing rebounded as homeowners are spending more on home improvement. but he warns the real estate boom doesn't necessarily
translate to a rebounded in construction. >> so construction employment is on the upside. it's still far below what it was five years ago. but it is slowly increasing. >> reporter: in the meantime, many seasonal hires are finding a permanent home at the depot. >> here you go. probably about 30% of our current associates started out as seasonal workers. >> reporter: associates like randy who was one of last year's seasonal hires. in a very competitive job market, randy says the ease of home depot's seasonal hiring process came as a welcome relief. >> once i got to home depot and applied for it, it was pretty easy. it was instantaneous. >> reporter: and you're still here? >> and i'm still here. >> reporter: nationwide, home depot says half of its full- time employees actually began as seasonal workers. for more information on openings, head to cbssf.com/consumerwatch. there's also a special application tool designed specifically for military veterans. and remember, if you have a consumer problem, give us a call, 1-888-5-helps-u. julie
watts, kpix 5. some high-tech companies in the bay area might be expanding. but the new employees may not be able to drive to the jobs. why cars could be forbidden from the road to the workplace. [ [ bleep ] ] ran up with a hatchet, smash, smash, smash! >> how a hitchhiker saved a pg&e worker from a deranged driver who claimed to be jesus christ. >> weather time and another dry day throughout the bay area despite it was chilly and a cold front moved through. we'll talk about the prospects for rain. we actually have some in the forecast. and find out if we'll be using that drought word anytime soon, gosh! your forecast coming up.
car operators went to the hospital after the cable car suddenly stopped at powell and washington. one of the passengers fell out of the cable car. others on board were shaken up. >> did you bump your head? >> yes. >> oh. >> we were just coming down the hill and the train abruptly stopped. they never moved after that. it was a little scary with the kids but looks like everyone's okay. >> investigators are trying to figure out where the bolt came from and how it got on the track in the first place. cable car service is back to normal tonight. google may soon have to launch a major search of its own for new ways to get its employees to work. they are looking to expand in mountain view. while new workers would be welcome, kpix reporter len ramirez tells us the city isn't so interested in their cars. len? >> reporter: that's right. the feeling is that in this
north bayshore area traffic is at the breaking point now. so what the city council is leaning towards doing -- they haven't voted on this yet, but leaning towards drawing a line on the sand saying no new car trips into the area even though companies like google plan to expand here. but they are challenging those companies to come up with other ways to get employees to their jobs. in the area around the google campus you can find many modes of transportation, foot, bikes, vans, buses, airplanes, and the car which is still king, and the source of the area's dreaded traffic jams. >> have you ever seen traffic around 5:00 here? >> reporter: he commutes in with his engineer buddies from hayward. >> it gets pretty congested. i would love not to drive. >> we have a goal of no net new cars into the north bayshore area. >> reporter: margaret is part of a mountain view city council majority that wants to send a message to google and other tech firms wishing to expand in
north bayshore to think outside the car. >> it's fine for them to come in but we want them to use alternate transportation. >> reporter: it may be soon part of the city's master plan development for the area. by 2030 another 3.4 million square feet of office space will be built here which could add another 14,000 daily commuters but the city wants the number of daily car trips to stay where it is now. the challenge is on for google and others to sprout ideas for driveless people movers and personal rapid transit, ideas now being given serious consideration for getting people to their jobs. >> really want to partner with our private corporations to find alternatives and find ways to, you know, allow the growth but to be able to do it in an environmentally-friendly sensitive manner. >> walk out my front door, hop on a muni bus, take that to bart. >> reporter: mark would welcome new transportation technologies but is proving it can be done now. he uses six modes of
transportation to get from his home in san francisco to his job at microsoft in mountain view. do you feel good about not using a car? >> uhm, i feel happier than i do when i'm reading license plates and butcher stickers, so yeah. >> reporter: a google spokesman was not available for comment but they did say in a statement, they do want to work with the city of mountain view in solving these issues and they are concerned about the environment, as well. allen, there is a feeling around mountain view that this problem may not be that hard to solve. they have done a lot of research and found that a great percentage of workers into this area lives within a five-mile radius so they can maybe get on a bike, get on foot, maybe get into another shuttle bus or something like that so it may not be as hard to solve as you might first thing. >> the closer you live to work, makes sense. >> reporter: that's right. >> thanks, len. i got some traffic trouble for you here. the camel caught running amok on a concord road seems to be just fine. vets checked out rudy today just to be sure. the one ton animal actually
escaped twice yesterday from his fenced had yard on bailey road. and apparently we're fresh out of camel jockeys so police brought in cowboys to round him up. >> amazing. well, a homeless hatchet wielding hitchhiker is being called a hero for saving the life of a pg&e worker. the hitchhiker says the man giving him a ride in fresno suddenly went berserk. he claimed he was jesus christ, made racist comments, and then smashed into the back of a utility truck injuring the pg&e worker who is african-american. the driver then went on the attack, beating up a woman who then tried to help the pg&e worker. then it was the hitchhiker to the rescue. >> these two women are trying to help him. she runs up and grabs one of them. a guy that big could snap a woman's neck like a pencil stick. so i ran up behind with hatchet, smash, smash, smash. >> whoa. >> neither was seriously hurt. the suspect is in custody and
the hitchhiker is an internet sensation. you can see his entire recap of what happened on our website, cbssf.com. just click on the story. >> i read hitchhikers guide to the galaxy. i didn't read that chapter. >> you didn't read that chapter called smash? >> guy will have his own reality show soon. >> it's been so dry around here we have camels in concord, think they're home now! [ laughter ] it's not that dry. but it has been very dry outside. another dry day today testing out those beautiful bay lights on the western span of the bay bridge. livermore you hit 61. oakland 61. concord hit 58. no camel sightings on the roads. redwood city hit 60 today. highs in san jose and fremont were 58. san francisco you topped out at 56 degrees today. i show you this every day. kind of part of my job. but it's been this common theme of a radar with nothing on it but two sweeping little icons
there. well, that's what we have tonight. by this time tomorrow, there will be scattered showers out there. and here's why. we have a front moving in from the north but if you think about it, all the juicy air is to our south. all the cold air is to our north. but cold air can't hold as much moisture. it's kind of a rule of nature. so we have all this stuff coming down from the north. yes works we get a little bit of -- yes, we get a little bit of rainfall. we don't want flooding but we could use rain. we're not going to get it because this system is coming from the north with no tap of tropical moisture whatsoever. so what you get, scattered showers. you get them tomorrow, friday, as that front moves through. front is gone, now high pressure builds in again and as it moves west to east, it starts off to our west, clockwise flow. you will have sunshine on saturday and sunday. rainfall totals really very unimpressive. our latest computer models say even less than .2" of rainfall in san francisco. many of you getting less than
.10". so some but not much. san francisco tomorrow with that he scattered showers 54. san jose 55. redwood city 56. napa 53 degrees. showers will be around on thursday and friday. then we get sunny again. that's not bad for the weekend. upper 50s. cold mornings especially in our inland valleys lows near freezing and next week we stay dry with sunshine and highs in the low 60s. as you know, it's been an entirely dry january. now rain a little bit of rain finally on its way to the bay area. kpix 5's roberta gonzales in crystal springs reservoir with the mobile weather lab. >> reporter: we are in san mateo county. i have to look at our weather map. oh, yes, i knew it felt colder and it certainly is. it's dropped down to 47 degrees now. the wind is at one-mile-per- hour but i have to tell you it's been fluctuating out of the northwest up to 12. relative humidity is at 77%. come on own here. we are just outside of crystal springs reservoir. obviously since the sun went
down at 5:39, you can't see much. but by the time the sun comes back up tomorrow morning at 7:09, you will be able to see that the waters are now beginning to recede from the shoreline. yup. that reservoir is lowering. that's because back in december we had copious rain throughout the bay area. one storm after another with near record amounts of rainfall and wind. that translated to snow in the greater lake tahoe area. you remember back here in christmastime we had back to back blizzards both producing nearly two feet of snow in tahoe? yeah, that translates into water for us during the summer months. but instead, we dried up very rapidly in the month of january typically we should see 11 days of rainfall but instead, only five and then here comes february and so far not even a drop in the weather bucket. so i wanted to go ahead and compare, san francisco which is typically wetter than san diego which has a dry climate, and
the desert city of tucson and check that out, we have only nearly a half inch of rain since the very first day of 2013. so should we start throwing around that d word? right here in san mateo county, 90% of normal as far as rainfall is concerned. so with only six more weeks of winter left, it does certainly bear watching. reporting outside crystal springs reservoir for mobile weather, roberta gonzales, kpix 5. just four days in the lunar new year. how the history of a snake could foreshadow your future. >> and the countdown to the new bay bridge is on. kpix 5 is proud to be the official television for the opening ceremonies in september. we'll continue to kind posted on planning for the big day.
enter the snake. >> the upcoming lunar new year ushers in one of the less favorable signs. chinese zodiac. -- signs of the chinese zodiac. so kpix 5 reporter da lin reports people are preparing. >> reporter: the year of the snake slithers into sight. >> definitely red and gold. honey and happiness. >> reporter: many are transforming home and businesses with lucky items and plants to welcome the new year, which starts on sunday. >> it's good to have a good starting so the whole year will be good. >> reporter: folks hoping for a good start to 2013 packed stores today to stock up on decorations. >> planning on having a big dinner for the family so that's why we're buying decorations to decorate the whole house for chinese new year. >> reporter: a florist says tangerine plants are selling fast. >> most people think about blooming plants for the new year so it brings in a sense of
new growth, the more fruit you have the more prosperity. >> reporter: since the snake represents traits like cleverness and agility, a fortune teller predicts people who adapt to the changing economy will do better financially this year. so people have to use this snake spirit to go back to work as well as making changes to their careers and to their family. >> reporter: here are some famous snakes. oprah, presidents john f. kennedy and martin luther king, jr. were all born in the year of the snake. in the coming year you will see a lot of events in the bay area celebrating the lunar new year the biggest one perhaps the parade in san francisco on the 23rd, tens of thousands of people expected to celebrate that parade. from my family to yours, [ non- english language ] , i'm da lin, kpix 5. coming up in our next half hour, the investigation into
the murder of a teenager in fairfield. five days after her body is found, how police say this case really hits home and the initial clue we now know is not true. >> the postal service plans to stop delivering mail on saturdays. why that's actually good news for netflix. what happened when we confronted them. 15:52:56 "this is a tragic time. i'm the parent of >> state workers busted bowling on the clock. what happened when we confronted them. taylor: where is she? how well do you know christine? i love this woman. announcer: ...ends in new york. ♪ i follow you down... ♪ i'll call my team. ♪ through the eye of the storm... ♪ taylor: you heard what he said. she's going to die. i'm coming with you. stokes: we got a body. (groans) where is she?! announcer: only cbs.
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this is a tragic time. i'm the parent of a daughter and this is -- this is the worst nightmare that that family is living through. >> now at 6:30, police get personal when talking about the murder of a fairfield teenager. they know she was murdered. the autopsy proved it. but they don't know who did it or why. the body of 13-year-old genelle allen was found early friday morning at a park in fairfield. kpix 5 reporter ken bastida on the search fourth killer. >> reporter: people come to allan witt park leaving mementos in memory of 13-year- old genelle allen, whose body
was found here at the park early friday morning. fairfield police held a news conference today. they released several more photos of the 13-year-old. they say the department of justice and the fbi have now joined the investigation. fairfield police chief walter tibbett says no suspect information or cause of death information will be released at this time. >> the police department is not releasing the cause of genelle's death at this time. it is not appropriate. the time and place will come later on but at this point it would be hurtful to our investigation and devastating to the family for additional details to go out. so we're asking that that not be released. the time and place will come later. >> reporter: meanwhile, the family has released a statement, quote, this has been a devastating tragedy for our family and community. we need to thank everyone for the outpouring of support at the memorial site. and we are grateful, very grateful, for your love and support. >> reporter: and police have
set up a tip line now. area code (707)428-7345 and are asking the public for help with this. any information to please contact the fairfield police department. in fairfield, ken bastida, kpix 5. new tonight, police in pittsburg are looking for these three people in connection with last month's murder at a gas station. they are all considered armed and dangerous. the victim was shot in the head at a union 76 gas station on railroad avenue last tuesday. no word on a motive. police say the suspects are known to frequent oakland and san francisco. state workers who were supposed to be on a business trip were caught throwing your money down the gutter, bowling on the job. but the really interesting part is what they said when cbs reporter sam shane confronted them. >> reporter: in the middle of the day a thursday in december, our cameras caught these state workers bowling. 15 employees of the california
department of parks and recreation on the clock laughing, eating, and bowling. many of them arrived here in their official state vehicles to go bowling at west sacramento's capital bowl. it is the latest embarrassing episode in a state agency plagued with problems. in june it was revealed the parks department for years had been keeping a secret slush fund worth a whopping $54 million as they were hiding that money, they were threatening to close state to parks. and just as they are trying to regain the public trust, we found their employees throwing gutter balls. and when they finished bowling, we followed some of the workers back to their office in old sacramento where they actually denied what we clearly caught them doing. you weren't at the bowling alley? >> no. >> reporter: our camera saw you at the bowling alley. do you have anything to say sir? can you tell me anything about that party you had at the capitol bol just now? >> i have no idea what you're talking about. >> do you know what we're looking at here? >> if you could explain it, it
would be great. >> reporter: well, these are pictures of people in your department bowling during the workday. >> reporter: waters says the 15 employees were in sacramento for two days of meetings. she says their supervisor approved the bowling as a team building exercise which waters now says was a mistake. what was going on there? >> well, this was an unfortunate and very isolated incident. >> they need a little bit of a reality check. >> reporter: taxpayer advocate says this bowling party in the middle of a workday shows that the attitude in the state's parks department has not changed. >> so i would think of any agency the state parks department would be a little bit more careful with their policies and how they use their money. >> reporter: waters vows there will be no more bowling parties for workers in this agency while they're on the clock. >> i think we're all admitting that this was inappropriate behavior. >> that was sam shane reporting. a decision to allow gays into the boy scouts has been put off for the next few
months. the boy scouts of america's leadership says the organization will take action on the resolution at its national meeting in may. the announcement comes as both sides of the issue lobby fiercely for keeping or doing away with the policy. starting soon, you probably won't get first class mail on saturday. the u.s. postal service plans to cut service to save money. kpix 5 reporter mike sugerman explains why the post office's financial problem is actually good news for reporter: rain, sleet, sno no problem. but the postal service will stop saturday delivery this summer. when was the last time you got a letter that you wanted? >> several years ago. it's been a long time since i have actually gotten a letter. >> reporter: one of the reasons the postal service lost $16 billion, with a b, last year. this move could save $2 billion a year. >> they can't compete with computers and e-mails and u.p.s., fedex now.
they just can't. >> reporter: that's exactly what the postmaster general said. >> our move to five-day mail delivery also reflects the changing market demand and we are simply not in a financial position where we can continue to maintain six-day delivery. >> reporter: packages? they will still come. post offices? they will stay open. but bills? flyers? birthday cards? starting in august, with congressional approval, they will have to wait until monday. and that will affect who? >> i'm disappointed. i'm one of the few people who sends out mail. >> reporter: if there were more people like andrea carrington of crockett, the postal service would be rolling i doing. -- rolling in dough. >> send out over 300 birthday cards a year and i have about 15 people i correspond with regularly by mail. >> there's just nothing like it. it's very personal. people express their feelings and it's just a nice memory you can keep it. >> reporter: you know who really likes it? netflix! it's one of the post office's biggest customers. stock went up 10 points today. no saturday mail? it figures more people will
stream movies. that saves them money. mike sugerman, kpix 5. we all know the bay area real estate market's crazy but this home? doesn't have a dishwasher. 80 years old. why a real estate agent says it's a bargain at $2 million. plus, the token being eliminated from monopoly and the new figure that is taking its place.
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san mateo counties. one expert calls that a cause for euphoria. and the growth is not just tech jobs. the report says construction is one of the fastest growing industries in the region. a shack in the south bay is for sale. asking price, nearly $2 million. the 80-year-old house on maria lane in sunnyvale a little more than a mile from the new apple campus. the home is nearly 1700 square feet, four bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, wall heaters and a spacious kitchen with no dishwasher, and original cabinets. but it's all about the location. the new apple campus will draw in 13,000 new employees to an already high demand housing market. >> all of us employees are going to have to have -- all of those employees are going to have to have a place to live and that's why this area here is going, in my feeling, to boom. >> real estate agent sells us the house already has a couple of offers.
>> what if it were on park place? monopoly speaking of which getting a new token costing out a classic. facebook voters decided to eliminate the iron. its going to be replaced by a cat. the iron, wheelbarrow and shoe were neck and neck for elimination in the final hours of voting. the cat beat out the robot, diamond ring, helicopter and the guitar. versions of the monopoly with the in your token will come out later this year. california's biggest student fundraiser to find cancer is right here in the bay area. >> it's a unifying sense, a great feeling on campus to have everyone bond together. >> meet the 17-year-old leader behind it. >> coming up in weather, things are going to get more active. find out when the radar behind me is going to be showing some rainfall and find out when freezing temperatures will likely return to the bay area. it's all coming up next. >> okay, folks. who is the most disliked athlete in the world? i'm dennis o'donnell. and this cal alum, if he could
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right now, 5 million seniors the number of alzheimer's cases in the u.s. is expected it triple in the next few decades. right now, five million seniors suffer from the memory robbing disease. a study says that number will reach 13.8 million in 2050. that would be the equivalent of everyone in the state of illinois having the disease. >> the baby boom generation is entering into retirement years. and as they age, we know the numbers of those with alzheimer's will increase dramatically. >> right now caring for those with alzheimer's costs $200 billion a year through medicare and medicaid programs. experts say that number will rise to a trillion dollars by 2050. let's be real. not every teenager is willing to give up free time for charity. but as kpix 5's kate kelly reports, this week's jefferson award winner found some
inspiration in the stories of cancer survivors. reporter: like most high school seniors, 17-year-old zach martinucci juggles a full schedule. honors classes, college applications and tennis team practice leaves little free time. yet his bulletin board tells a different story. for four years, zach has made time to participate in relay for life a 24-hour fundraiser put on entirely by the students at burlingame high school. >> we raise money for the american cancer society and that goes to fund our research, education advocacy and patient service. >> reporter: he got involved his freshman year as a team captain. by sophomore he was running the event. >> it's a unifying sense, a great feeling on campus to have everyone bond together to fight cancer. >> reporter: today, the burlingame high school relay for life is the largest student- run event of its kind in the state. in the last four years, they have raised nearly a quarter of a million dollars for the american cancer society. >> zach stands out because he is not doing it for himself. he is not doing it for a
resume'. he's passionate about what he wants to do. he wants to truly make a change in this world. >> reporter: steve mills is director of student activities at burlingame high. >> ever since he stepped foot on this campus he's made a huge impact. >> reporter: his work with the american cancer society isn't limited to just his school. he is the lead high school volunteer for the state training other students to put on relays at over 60 campuses across california. >> now, let this sound represent one death. [ sound ] >> reporter: at campus meetings, he and his fellow volunteers demonstrate why their work is so important. >> listen to the death -- listen to the death caused each day by tobacco. [ sound ] >> reporter: zach says he is motivated by the stories from cancer survivors. as graduating student body president he is ready to pass the baton to fellow students confident in the knowledge you don't have to be an adult to make a difference. >> i just want to congratulate you and present you with a pin that we made.
[ applause ] with >> reporter: so for his work with the american cancer society as well as his local leadership, this week's jefferson award in the bay area goes to zach martinucci, kate kelly, kpix 5. >> to participate in burlingame high school's relay for life, go to cbssf.com, click "connect," then jefferson awards to find our story on zach. >> great to see teenagers making a difference. our weather could be changing. ran starts tomorrow. >> you wouldn't think so outside. sunny all day but there's a fast-moving front that will give us a chance of showers for many of you towards santa rosa, yountville, tomorrow. san jose clear skies. san francisco only 51 degrees. kind of chilly today. it's average for early february but there's a little chill in the air. we have clear skies over the
city, as well. livermore you're at 51. san jose 51. concord 52. santa rosa 53. radar is clear now. i think by about midnight tonight we'll see showers a few hours to our north and west and by the time lawrence has the forecast for you tomorrow morning, it will be raining in the north bay hills. we could use it. the average rainfall between christmas and now is about 5" even in san francisco. we're at 1/10 of that or 10% less than one half of one inch. we could use more. you and i both know that we are very dry in the summertime. we add up the rain in the winter to get us through the dry summers. fremont 40. san francisco 48 overnight. there's a problem with this front though. some fronts have the ability to tap into some tropical moisture, the stuff to our south. some fronts just kind of scoot by and give us rain and it's not a big deal. we're looking at the latter type of front of the it's going to move through. we will get some rainfall but
without that tropical connection that deep tropical moisture, we are just going to get some scattered showers and that's it. some of you don't mind that but we could use a little more rainfall that we are going to see on thursday and friday. that said, here's the front moving through hanging out on friday, as well. two days with scattered showers through about lunchtime on friday. that moves out, high pressure again the dry weather moves in. but as it moves in from the west we'll get a northerly flow and over the weekend i'm talking saturday morning, sunday morning, even monday morning, lows inland, walnut creek, livermore, napa, santa rosa, you likely will drop down to about freezing. there will be some frost out there starting saturday morning. rainfall totals, wait for it -- not that much. hayward .1" ." san jose less. there is not a juicy front moving through. showers get here though tomorrow morning. we'll have on and off rainfall through lunch. time on friday then clear out for the weekend and clear skies will lead to near freezing temperatures over the weekend. and also monday morning. highs tomorrow mid 50s. concord 54. san jose 55. good evening in los altos your high tomorrow 56 with scattered
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i chipped in yesterday actually. but not for $20,000. [ laughter ] >> reporter: lewis will be playing the monterey peninsula club tomorrow as with most of the "a" listers and bill belichick, who said four words to me dennis when i approached him for an interview, no, i'm good, thanks. at pebble beach, vern glenn, kpix 5. >> oh, we've all been there. aaron rodgers isn't the only former cal star at pebble beach. james hahn is also in the field. kim coyle has more on the rookie with all the right moves. >> it wasn't and he perfect any and said i'm going to be a good golfer, it wasn't epiphany. >> reporter: he made the cut and earned a top five finish at the human that challenge but it was what hahn did without a club in his hand that turned him from obscure rookie to internet sensation. >> everyone's grown up and says
when they are kids they are saying what would i do if i was on hole 16? >> this happened earlier today, jake. james hahn and i know, you know, a lot of stuff at 16 this week. i think that the [ indiscernible ] -- takes the cake. >> i made birdie, walked off the green. and was possessed. >> reporter: as you can see, hahn is very comfortable in front of the camera and could have another career in his future. >> i play golf for a living. but i don't want to talk golf 24/7. >> hi, this is james hahn reporting from cbs channel 5. we're here with stephanie hahn today and just wanted to ask you about your husband. he started off the year pretty good on the pga tour. can you tell us a little bit about that? >> uhm, definitely an entertainer as everybody saw from last weekend. >> do you have a nickname for him out there? can you tell us about that?
>> i hear it's asian brad pitt but i don't know how he got it. he is obviously good-looking but not sure where it came from. >> reporter: the only question left to ask, what does hahn have up his sleeve this weekend at pebble beach? >> i think now since the bar has been set so high that maybe the winning putt on 18, you know, might be a little something but you will have to watch the golf channel to find out. >> asian brad pitt. the people have spoken. if you are an athlete don't lie to your fans. lance armstrong tops the list of forbes magazine of the most disliked athletes followed by the notre dame linebacker who shot up the list after the fake girlfriend saga, tiger woods, jay cutler and metta world peace round out the top five. check out baby titus. the toddler's trick shot
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carolina, home of the big d.m. it's the bennett family, and from louisville, kentucky--that's home of the derby--it's the schuering family. let's go. give me b.j., give me mary. let's go. guys, here we go. we've got the top 6 answers on the board. name something you do to your bottom. b.j.? >> sit. steve: sit. mary? >> exercise. steve: pass or play? >> we're gonna play. steve: they're gonna play. >> all right. steve: miss isabella, how you doing today? >> i'm doing great! steve: wonderful, wonderful. all right. name something you do to your bottom. >> exercise it. steve: you exercise it. >> yes.